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of the beaver at -- behavior at little bighorn and did he get involved in the inquiry afterwards? >> i don't think he got involved in that. i really have seen -- he kind of handed that over to others. he was pretty high up at that point. and he was in charge of a division, but the top of the department, but i've never seen anything on that. >> did he say the only good indian is a dead indian? >> close to that. now, they say that -- that was an old saying in the west, but he was of -- at a fort in oklahoma and was introduced to an indian chief, and he said, me so and so, me good indian, and sheridan looked at him and said, well, the only good indians i ever saw were dead ones. and it somehow ended up in the newspapers about the time when we the army was involved in this horrible attack in montana on the wrong indian village and wiped out, like, 150 indians, innocent indians. so, it really looked bad. >> many of the top generals on both sides were able to get some experience during the mexican war, '32-'33. where did his leadership ables come from? >> he was in oregon when they were trying t
trade which defines the beavers. i can have a few words for that. enduring, about devotee, confidence. i think it's important to know this generation. in many ways also the study in college and at the end of culture for most of them this early 1980's was the most liberal period in china's system was exposed and the ideas and they actually have the constitutional development in the foreign country in the u.k. and elsewhere in to chinese he reads english very well along. now that is a wonderful opportunity, and this also could be a problem because they would fail to understand. this is a generation because of their personal experience they don't want to be lectured. they would be more conducive to give more reasoning to talk to the corporations but use force to intimidate them acting very strongly. i hope what i said is important that if we use force coming use just a single-minded lecture with that knowledge of china and the difficult china experience we will react very, very strongly than the generation, the hu jintao generation. for i don't know if you've watched the interview. this is
and they would be an counties adjacent to his spurt like beaver and westmoreland and washington ingrained and further to the east, cambridge, fayette. those counties have a propensity to vote republican, particularly in big elections. they're culturally conservative. pro-gun, pro-life, not particularly fond of. if you think of pennsylvania and drive big t. at the center of the state and fan out across the new york border, not quite getting to the northeastern part of the state, just a big t. that's the conservative blue area of the state. it's basically white. as protestant, doesn't have a definable ethnic group particularly. once you get used to the susquehanna river, with the exception of a few counties, the demography changes sharply. let's go down to the southeast. philadelphia heavily democratic, but before suburban ring counties, they are the same counties. they have an average two typically to win pennsylvania, you have to do very well in those same counties and then moving up a little bit to the north you have the lehigh valley, allentown and lehigh county, bethlehem and northampt
ever read the constitution he claims to love so much. colleen beaver would like to ask the president when will you demand a complete audit of the federal reserve. susan pruitt says mr. obama, why did you waste the first two years of your presidency forcing obamacare down the throats of the american people when so many americans were struggling to put food on their table? we are open to your thoughts. post your response at facebook.com/c-span. join us for live coverage of the debate tonight. it starts at 7:00 eastern with our preview program. the town hall debate kicks off with questions from the audience and will last 90 minutes with opening and closing statements. we will go to representatives of both parties to get their take and we will take your phone calls, e-mail's and pleats and c-span radio and c-span.org. at 4:30 live coverage of the discussion on politics and education but before we get to that one of the most competitive races in the country for senator of north dakota. the candidates met in debate last night and earlier today we spoke with a reporter watching the race. >>
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